Flow stepping!

Monday, May 06, 2019

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MAY PEN, Clarendon — Dancers, smiling faces and giveaways were a familiar scene in towns and communities across central parishes recently as telecoms network Flow launched their new mobile plans.

A news release from Flow said the new plans offer unlimited locals calls to any network, always connected data and free Snapchat, WhatsApp texts and voice calls, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

“Jamaican consumers want to call anyone on any local network, they want unlimited social media and text messaging, they want simple plans with no surprises and that's exactly what we are delivering to them. It's all done…and all at a great price with fantastic savings,” said Stephen Price, Flow Jamaica's country manager.

The release said that under the “simplified plans, Flow prepaid customers will now have access to five days of unlimited calls and texts to any network, unlimited social media access plus 250 MB of always connected data with easy add-ons costing only $350. A 28-day plan with similar benefits and a 2GB boost of data come with a cost of $1,500”.

The telecommunications firm said that going forward it has embarked on an overhaul of its existing operations to make way for initiatives designed to better align with the needs of the everyday Jamaican and to achieve a shift towards greater progress within their daily lives.

“More than ever, Jamaicans are on the move — we are pressing for advancement and improvements in almost every aspect of life. Jamaicans are on the hustle and at Flow, we have committed to becoming greater enablers of this progress by making significant changes to our business that deliver an overarching new brand promise,” Price said.

As part of its promotion in central Jamaica, Flow deployed mobile convoys complete with dancers and disc jockeys to visit Savanna-la-mar, Black River, Santa Cruz and Mandeville. The activities culminated with a free concert at Bargain Village in May Pen, featuring entertainers Bugle and I-Octane.


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